After the belated renewals of the Epsom Derby (G1) and Epsom Oaks (G1) last weekend, the British racing calendar has basically “caught up” in the span of five weeks after the flat…
Assiniboia Downs, near Winnipeg, will be must-see prime time viewing Monday evening as their Jackpot Pick 5 wager will have a mandatory force out.
The action at Belmont Park is rightly the focus for stakes lovers on Saturday, but Delaware Park’s card also offers a trio of added-money events.
It’s not a matter of if but when Aidan O’Brien will become the all-time leading trainer of Epsom Derby (G1) winners.
Churchill Downs, has a strong 11-race program on Saturday highlighted by older grass horses in the Wise Dan (G2). Here are thoughts on the Late Pick 4.
The most action-packed Day 5 in Royal Ascot history is on Saturday as the re-shuffled schedule includes both of the meet’s top miles for 3-year-olds.
After a couple handicap-dominated cards, Day 4 of Royal Ascot on Friday is filled mostly with Group stakes action.
Thursday’s action at Royal Ascot is heavier on handicaps rather than Group stakes. The story of the day will be Stradivarius’ attempt at a threepeat in the meet highlight, the 2 1/2-mile Gold Cup (G1).
Like the rest of the sport worldwide, Royal Ascot this week will have what hopefully will be a once-in-a-lifetime look.
Texas Champions Day, take two, is set for this coming Sunday afternoon at Lone Star Park when the Dallas-area track hosts seven $75,000 stakes restricted to Texas-breds. The lights literally went out…
With average daily handle of more than $3.3 million for three days of racing last week, Lone Star Park proved a popular option with bettors after it instituted a Monday-to-Wednesday schedule for…
The Cross Country Pick 5 returns to the wagering menu on Saturday, and this week’s offering includes three races at Belmont Park and two from Churchill Downs.